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... services are privately owned and they even have their own farm shop, and you know how much we like our food!! The hotel is tucked away out the back with great views of the hills, and upon checking in we discovered a duck pond directly underneath our window, complete with quacking ducks, and guess what, we were in room 22!! (one for all the bingo fans - that's you Uncy xx).
Anyway after a couple of beers, a very, very nice sandwich for us, and ...
... time to find an ATM, get some cash and break it at the local Boots (similar to a Walgreens) so we wouldn’t be putting 20 pounds into the parking machine. At this point we were freezing and hungry, so we found a pub and stopped in.
The pub was great! It was smaller and had small tables tucked into any corner it could fit to be able to get in as many people as possible. There was an open fireplace with an older gentleman and his dog sitting ...
... nothing that would cause us to cancel our plans for the weekend, overcast during the day and showers in the evening. The weather looked promising when we left the apartment and were excited about the day. We drove up the M6 and managed to not hit any traffic on the way up (AMAZING). After a couple of hours, we took the exit to the lake district and headed down to Lake Windermere.
The lake was a beautiful sight. There was ...
... We are also visiting the clinic tomorrow to finalise details of the solar panel purchases.
Hi its Samara writing now, I want to let you know how wonderful everything is going here. Right now I am sitting around the fire on the lap top with Martha and Dave, and lots of young children who are excited about us being here are enjoying the lap top. In fact Linda, Pardon, Letwin, Miriam, Tadiwa, Lawrence, Louise and Livette, Moabi, Lennon, Teishana, ...
I departed Oxenholme station in late afternoon, after waving my family goodbye I settled into the first stage of my long journey across the world.
After several hours on the virgin train from the north I arrived in
london at Euston, I crossed to Notting hill gate to meet natascha, my
first host of the long trip! She showed me around the area of london
where she lives and we went for a cheeky pint in a lovely little pub.